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Tuesday 1st October

White rabbits or whatever you want to say for the start of a new month and where did September go..in and out in a flash.  Now it really feels as if winter is approaching.  I woke up at three, played games until four and back off again and went through until seven so not such a bad night.  I looked at the plant from the bathroom and it had burst into flower so I decided that it was time to give it a little sunlight so moved it down to the conservatory and it seems to like it there.  I needed bread but I was still in PJ's and didn't want to spoil the rest of my ladies' day so settled for an omelette and threw the stale bread for the animals.  

I intended getting out there and edging the flower beds but it was a struggle this morning to do anything.  The intention was there but the putting thought into action was  different matter.   At half eleven the mood changed.  I went up into the little house loft and brought down three planks which had previously been used for cement work by the men.  I'd got enough supports for the edging made by my guest earlier when he was over in the summer so all I had to do was remove the old concrete from the planks, apply the preservative and hammer them home.....and I did.  It was too hot to continue with the garden edging of the tile pile so I came in.   I was perspiring, my hair was sticky and wanted washing so I had a shower, washed my hair and started to watch the World Athletics on the PC....and promptly nodded off.  This weather saps all of the energy out of you.

More edging tomorrow but I might be needing to get more wood from Djebel....there's not much left in the little house.  I'll need to get bread tomorrow from the van so better get dressed but other than that there's not a lot on the agenda.  LN....Supper time....LN




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Wednesday 2nd October

Silly night...I didn't managed to get off to sleep until two thirty this morning  but once settled  it was seven when I woke up.  I remembered that I needed bread so washed and dressed and waited for the toot of the horn.  The ladies were slow off the mark, Haciber was on her way back as I walked the hundred yards but Beyser was only just leaving her gate.  Zelinger was the only other one that was down there but it was a lovely surprise when the bread man said in English that 'the summer was gone' and I replied in Bulgarian that 'autumn was here'.

Poached eggs on ham on toast for breakfast, spent time cleaning my camera that doesn't want to auto focus but I think it's more to do with settings.  I'm not very good with manuals but I had a go and changed a few things and it seems to have improved.  Down for a bonfire and then got the tools out...I was about to plant the rest of the bulbs and decided that they were going in the vegetable garden and I sectioned it out.  I must have put in over two hundred and fifty bulbs, mainly tulips of various types so thought that by putting them into sections, I could at least sort out the different types and they will go into their final destinations next year.  I planted up hyacinth bulbs in the cleared lavender patch and put in an escalonia to try to hold back the honeysuckle...fat chance.

I came in for water, I was dripping from the forehead and needed to cool down a little,  It was thirty plus out there and really too hot to be doing what I'd set myself to do. I phoned my nail technician and I've made an appointment for tomorrow at two....I've lost one tip and I need infills.  I'll keep them going now until Christmas.  I put my toys away, left the selected wood out there and made tuna sandwiches for lunch and then fired up the computer to check the athletics....and promptly went to sleep and my sleep was disturbed by Guljan's mother at the bottom of my stairs and calling my name.  It took me a while to come round so I made coffee for us both, she'd come bearing gifts and the meat went in the freezer, the yogurt, sheep cheese and iran into the fridge.  I mentioned that I'd seen photos of her daughter's holiday on FB and we tried to connect on Messenger but it just wasn't happening.  We walked the garden and she went away with hyacinth bulbs and a busy lizzie plant that she spotted in the container on the terrace and I promised to go down to see her, taking the large glass jars that I'd had from last year so that she can made more pickles.  

No supper for me, the sandwiches are lingering....the two hundred final is on later and we stand a good chance of gaining a medal.  As I said nail refurbishment tomorrow and I'm not sure if I'm going to Pilates tomorrow night....it will mean two trips into Djebel.  LN.....Let's wait and see....LN
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Thursday 3rd October

I know this is late...the World Athletics has been taking up such a lot of mine early and late evenings and last night was no exception.  Well done to Dina for getting the gold and now I'm waiting for the last of the of the seven disciplines for the heptathlon....and the Brit goes into it with a points advantage and might even beat the British record for the event so it will be another late night for me.

As for the day....lovely start to the day.  I was up before sunrise watering the garden....quite a few of the new shrubs needed attention so I gave it to them.  Everything watered, up came the sun and with the sun the temperature climbed.  I made scrambled eggs for breakfast and had washed everything and the kitchen was tidy by nine thirty,  I made a call to the UK regarding a fly cruise holiday I'd seen in the Canaries and the wheels were put in motion.  It's a pre-Christmas one and then I'll be home for Christmas and hand my presents round to the ladies on the actual day for a change....unless I find another holiday.  

I found some planks out for the tile garden and cleaned them down ready for construction tomorrow.  Brute force and ignorance removing nails, scraping off old concrete and they're ready for tomorrow and talking about nails...this time attached to my fingers...I headed into Djebel for the appointment at two o'clock....the young lady was waiting and all done with gel nail varnish in a subdued mauve-pink and my next appointment is already in the diary.

I stopped off at my student's mum's shop and my student had brought me back a fridge magnet from Miami from his work placement.  A cool very garish pineapple.....it should brighten my kitchen up.  A few items from the supermarket and home for six so I didn't feel like doubling back and going to Pilates.  It will wait for another week.  Now back to the athletics....thank goodness it's only one week. LN.....Woodworking again tomorrow but with gloves.....LN



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Friday 4th October

So I stayed up last night to watch the last event in the heptathlon and missed it...I fell asleep...I realised that she'd managed to get the gold and break the British record..went to bed and then couldn't sleep.  Sod's law....it was about three when I eventually got my head down.  Well done to to the girls...two golds and a silver.  I played Soda Crush for a while but eventually, tablet down and eyes closed and off to fairy land until six thirty this morning.

It was a cloudy start to the day and rain had been predicted and they weren't wrong.  I made bacon and egg for breakfast and sat at the table near the stairs to eat it and then the heavens opened.  Very loud thunder, fork lightening and the computer had to be put to bed but after I'd checked out the easyJet prices , worked out the dates and the best offers and popped them in an email.  We had a telephone conversation, dates were agreed and I stayed on and booked them before the prices shot up even higher.  I went out in the rain and cleared the leaves from the drainage pipes under the concrete  at the bottom of the gate and also from the water butt filter....and then left it to nature.

I got the book out and I've gone back to Outlander series and didn't do a lot for the rest of the day.  Suddenly I looked up at the roof of the little house and a ginger cat was going along the ridge, by the time I'd grabbed the camera he'd moved off the roof.  I went outside with the camera and caught it on the wall after dismounting.  Not sure why it was up there....maybe o the hunt for birds bedraggled in the trees.  Chicken wings in the oven, the neighbour came round to tell me that because of the weather she was going back to Turkey early and would perhaps be back in the new year.

I've really appreciated the rain today, it's been really good for the garden and the grass has started to go green already...that was a long old drought.  LN...Kardjali tomorrow....I jve a card that I need to get in the post.  LN....Just a few of the cloud formations.....LN



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Saturday 5th October

Dull old day again and so much so that I worked out why I was going into Kardjali and realised that I would get more items ticked off my mental list if I went in on Monday instead so it was put on the back burner.  It was cold so a cooked breakfast was in order so the bacon was finished and an egg fried to join it.

I ventured out to feed the old bread to the cats but they were obviously looking for better pickings and moved off quite quickly....they couldn't have been that hungry.  The one digging up my grass with interest didn't manage to get out what I fear is burrowing underneath.  I was amazed to see that this cat was wearing a pearl necklace so must belong to somebody that doesn't feed it enough or it's a roaming cat.  I went out and tidied up the terrace pots and emptied out yesterday's rain that had filled up the pot holders.  I was quite expecting a snorkel and flippers on the bougainvillea.  The rest of the garden was looking OK but as I looked at the choisya I decided to take  some cuttings from it...it's such a useful plant in the garden because it does it own thing and doesn't really need looking after.  

I settled on the sofa and watched the rugby...and well done England.  Pretty poor show from Owen Farrell though in goal scoring and I agreed with the commentator that maybe the tackle that he had could have affected his vision...just a thought.  He missed four so it's a good job that the rest of the team kept finding the Argentinian line.  I stayed where I was and read for a while but it has been a day of inactivity and I even resorted to a polo neck sweater.  I could have lit the fire but it seemed wimpish.  Somehow I missed the athletics this afternoon and am about to turn over to see this evening's instalment.  It's gong to be channel changing between that and Strictly or since I've not had a nap this afternoon....I could nod off and missed the lot of it..aghh well.

Last night's chicken wings have just been consumed and that will be enough for tonight.  Door locked, windows closed and I'm shut in for the night.  LN....Let my evening begin....LN

  



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Sunday 6th October

I went to bed last night at midnight, not too much sleep in me so decided to relax with Soda Crush ...and that was the problem.  I met with success and was still playing an hour and a half later having knocked off ten games.   And that's not normal.  Settled down eventually and slept through until six thirty so not a bad night.

Coffee, back to bed until eight and somehow I got to sort out my stotinki pot and it's bagged up now for the local supermarket.  Ten leva came out of it in minimal denominations and I know that they always like change.   I went down for bread and I saw Emula at the bottom of the road waiting for a lift into town.  Apparently it was Djebel fete worse than death day today but the weather was cold so I didn't fancy walking around, buying stuff that I really didn't need and I really didn't feel very 'smiley' .  My neighbour suggested that we went and I put her down gently...and it wasn't long before the rain came down.

I'd taken a joint of lamb that one of my neighbours had given me from the freezer last night and it went into the slow cooker ready for tonight's supper.  Unfortunately the locals tend to hack their meat with not a lot of finesse at butchery, it was a very fatty joint so I browned it off and put it on a bed of onions and left it stewing all day.  Boiled eggs and soldier for breakfast and the rest of the day was filled with very little.  I had a couple of phone calls from the UK, emailed regarding a quote for insurance for my fly cruise, printed off the documents so far for the cruise and put a checklist together so that I don't miss anything....Advance Passenger Information required for the flight to the Canaries so much to do and lots of time to do it.  I seem to do better when it's working to close deadlines.

Supper consisted of a lamb sandwich and I think I'll enjoy it more when I make the rest into a shepherd's pie tomorrow.  I followed it with ice-cream. eight my time and still watching the last day of the World Athletics.  Noting on the agenda so far except a little work to do in Djebel including posting the birthday card.  LN....And now to relax.....LN


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Monday 7th October

What a good night's seep....my Fitbit recorded eight hours and a few odds so it must have included the time I spent asleep in front of the computer before I actually made it to bed.  It was a cold old morning to wake up to, there was a sun trying desperately to make a name for itself but it was soon gobbled up by the clouds.  At nine I had a message from my student's sister to thank me for the help I'd given her with the preparations for her wedding.  Because she was writing in Bulgarian, I started using Google Translate and was writing it in English and copy and pasting the translation into the response.  It seemed to work and we arranged to meet either at her mother's shop or at the house.  I didn't bother with breakfast, got dressed  and copied the photos from the wedding on to a memory stick so that she would e able to transfer them onto the family machine and her laptop.  

I went to the post office first and got the card into the post.  The post office was heaving and I found out later that the money for the pensions hadn't arrived so they were waiting for the van to deliver the money.  I carried on to mother's shop and was told that the daughter had already left for home so I sat with the mother for a while and then drove on to the house.  The story goes that her new husband has left for Copenhagen to go back to work...she is living in Kardjali in her new apartment on her own, they can't find an apartment in Denmark currently at a price they can afford and everything is too big for them and she is currently going through the process of changing all her documentation to her new name.  She has a lot to do.  One thing that was good news...the wedding organiser want to buy the blackboard and easel that I'd made for the wedding.  We down loaded the wedding photos and she said that she hadn't seen much of the wedding before she joined in when the husband 'claimed' her from the house.  

My student arrived for lunch so I sat with them and had soup and boiled meat,  The father arrived but didn't eat with us and I though I might have had his share.  Student left and went back to work and mother arrived with more soup and hamburgers so I had a hamburger in a slice of bread and felt utterly stuffed afterwards.  Everybody went back to work, I chatted with sister for a while longer, robbed the garden of a few late flowering plants and headed home.  By now it had got really cold so first job was to close the windows,make a coffee and check the emails to see if there was anything from the travel insurance companies I'd contacted yesterday.

I gave in and lit the fire and it's the first of the autumn but it really feels like winter.  My body is still on summer time.  So now I should lose weight running up and down stairs and keeping the fire going , getting wood in and ash out...my daily exercise.  Bekir phoned tonight to say that the wood from the normal wood yard wan't good and I told him that I'd already received and stacked three tons when it was dry so I was ahead of the game.  He asked if I needed anything and if I did to phone and so I asked him to clean the chimney for me and to think about a new hat for the top of the chimney.  We left it that he would phone me when the weather improves especially if he's on the roof and the more I think about it I'm going to get delivered more loft insulation and put another twenty centimetres up there.  No supper...lunch is still lingering and as for tomorrow...nothing on the agenda yet...it's going to be weather dependent.  LN....Monday night



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Tuesday 8th October

What a lovely surprise...just after half past seven when I woke up this morning.  Unfortunately the last half an hour or it seemed like that was in a recurring dream and I just couldn't get out of it.  We've all been there.  It was a bit of a dull old day, damp on the terraces and the temperature outside was eight degrees and nineteen on the inside, I'd burnt all of the logs that were in the log basket and only half a log remained in the log burner, I was tempted to light it again but I got dressed and put another sweater on...solved.

Toast for breakfast and I stripped the remaining lamb from the bone and got rid of the fat and bones over the wall for the animals.  I haven't checked on how much is left but I'm sure all will be gone by the morning.  So I had two objectives today...I was trying to set up a keypad for logging into the internet and I'[m not that good with written instructions that appear OK to everybody else.  I read through the instructions, reckon I know what I'm doing, read them again when I get an error message or not the message that's expected, think I'm useless, start again and bingo....done and dusted.  I put the key pad on a key ring and remembered to write down the code to the device.  It's just another safety device for internet banking.

Job done I moved on to the next.  I made gravy and put the remaining lamb into a pie dish and covered it with the gravy and left if to soak to soften the meat.  I was going to add the potato topping later and make it into a shepherds.  Next job on the list was to put the holiday insurance to bed.  I decided to try the company that I have my house and car insurance with but after three phone calls that cut off when they were transferring me to the travel department, I gave it up as a bad job.  The second company were putting the onus on me to decide how much I wanted to insure the holiday for, they weren't offering levels so I emailed them and told them that I wouldn't be taking the application further.  So back to the original company I'd tried, completed the application online, the card way accepted and a message appeared on the screen telling me to contact the company.  Fortunately we solved it between us, the confirmation email had gone to the junk folder and it confirmed that my insurance is complete.  Second item off the list.

I went out to the workshop and loaded up the log carrier just in case the temperature dropped later but I'm managing without lighting the fire.  I also brought in the ash container and emptied the ash from the ashcan.  Potatoes peeled, boiled and mashed, spread over the meat and gravy and into the oven with it.  Forty minutes later my supper was ready.  Eaten up, the dish is soaking, I've finished off with ice-cream and now I've decided that it's too late to light the fire as it will soon be time for bed.  

Not much activity again today...it's just too cold, damp and just too soon to be heading into winter.  We haven't really had autumn,,,,there are more leaves on the ground looking wet and bedraggled that russet coloured on the trees.  Funny old year for weather.  LN....It's going to be a book for bedtime...LN
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Wednesday 9th October

Eight start and if I'd have wanted to get bread from the van i would have had to get my skates on.  I heard the horn, checked the bread box and there was nothing with a green tinge on it so I settled for buttered toast.  That wasn't until much later though, I was playing silly Soda Crush and managed to knock off about four games before my lives ran out.  There's a new element that gives you a games moves rush and what a waste of effort that is.  It's much better to take it slowly and calculate the moves...a bit like life really but try and spot the opportunities.

So it was nine thirty when I got out of bed, washed, dressed, washing in the machine, pegged out when the sun had broke through.  With the mist in the valley my mountains had the optical illusion of looking taller...strange phenomena.  I walked the garden and noticed that I have several mole hills and this must be due to the heavy rain...they're obviously making new tunnels and the cats have been standing guard over them.  They've been taking up the pounce stance and bounding on to the tracks but obviously they're around four inches or even more lower than the surface.  Opportunists...and it's good exercise for them.

Haciber has paid me two visits.  The first one reminded me of the magician who hides a coin underneath little upturned pots and you have to guess where it is.  The upturned a couple on the outside window sill near the outside sink, was muttering to me in Turkish the content of which I hadn't got a clue and suddenly she lifted up the correct one and she produced a bag of coated peanuts.  Apparently she'd tried to deliver them yesterday and couldn't manage to raise me so left them for me to find, which I hadn't managed to do.  I thanked her, they're on the table and I'll have them later.  Her second visit was to bring me a bag of sultanas from Turkey.  Very sweet and I'll save them for baked apples.

Despite my good night's sleep, I still managed to get in a couple of hours sleep this afternoon.  Out to get in the washing and although it went up to twenty nine degrees in the house today it was starting to go damp so on the clothes airer in the upstairs bathroom.  I'm not too bothered about about food so far tonight...I'll have a hunt later.  Tomorrow I have some preparation to do for my student's brother tomorrow afternoon.  I'm giving him his first English lesson even though he's done two years of English at school....it's at his mother's request and it's not until five tomorrow evening and then I'll go on to Pilates.    LN....Fingers crossed for another good night....LN



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Thursday 10th October

I was awake by six this morning but I had a nap yesterday so it's my own fault.  Bit of a cool morning, I was up and about by seven thirty, washed, dressed and waiting for the bread van by eight.  I'd put an extra sweater on and so had my neighbours...there was quite a selection of outer garments, made quite a change from the normal Turkish cardies.  I came back with bread, eggs and a cheesy bread and that was my breakfast sorted and my lunch as it turned out.  I washed up and cleaned the kitchen and it was still only nine so I headed out, it was going to be a gardening day.  

First job w as to plant up the buddleia cuttings that I I'd taken yesterday and put into water overnight.  I finished planting up the bulbs and now only have about twelve hyacinths to get into pots suitable for bringing in the house nearer Christmas.  I had a short break and noticed that a cat has taken up nightly residence on the sofa so I decided to remove the cushions and the cover from the sofa and get it into the washing machine….outside was not going to become a drop in for the cats of the neighbourhood.  I moved on to the Frog garden and took out the last stalks of the day lilies, dug up a very invasive bunch of hypericom and put it to one side for handing over at a later date to my friends in Fotinovo.  I took up the spent calendula and deadheaded the zinnia, trimmed the potentilla and the weigela and stopped when I heard a car pull up outside and the hypericom were on there way.

We sat in the sun with coffee and I spotted a tortoise heading towards the top right corner of the garden so I grabbed the camera and we went down to have a look at it and it was a fair size.  He picked it up and it hissed and I’d never heard that before but apparently it’s quite normal,  The think was carted out of the garden, over the road and now has a paddock to play in but I bet it’s back tomorrow…they have a super highway.

This afternoon I showered and washed my hair, prepared the first lesson for my student’s brother and headed in to Djebel for around four.  We started the first lesson and it was fun…he’s nothing like his brother…this one has boundless energy and is keep to learn.  Lesson over and homework delivered and his mother and myself went off to pilates and we were the only tow there,  I’m aching but stretched out, managed to cook spicy sausage and cold potatoes with onion, served with beetroot and mayo and I’ll do until breakfast.  Car in tomorrow for winter check and winter tyres and may be a trip into Kardjali to buy the insulation for the roof,  Having said that it’s supposed to be twenty nine degrees on Saturday so I’m going to get in a last day’s swim in Greece.  Rude not to.  LN…Busy but successful day….LN



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